SLUH Music

The following SLUH musicians were highly rated in the recent Solo and Ensemble Competition.  Please extend congratulations to them if you have them in class.
A 1 rating is exemplary, a 2 rating is outstanding
Patrick Garner 1
Michael Krausz 1
Percussion Ensemble - Matthew Stauder, Dominic Skroska, Teddy Gerard, Sam Eilermann, Ben Seimer, Brendan Carr, Christian Mark, Carter Fortmann 1
Emanuel Parker 1
Bryce Van Bree, flute 1
Bryce Van Bree, piano 1
String trio -
Andrew Wilson, Alexander Unseth, Joe Feder
Jay Duda 1
Saxophone Quartet - Emanuel Parker, Sam Pottinger, Jakub Gorzko, Aiden Lundergan 1
Woodwind Trio - Bryce Van Bree, Leonard Kim, Emanuel Parker 1
Brendan Luechtefeld 1
Joe Feder 1
Alexander Unseth 1
Thomas Curdt 1
String Duet - Peter LaBarge, Michael Kreienkamp 2
Justin King 2
Louis Barnes 2
Kaleb Ephrem 2
Justin Koesterer 2
Noah Apprill-Sokol 2
Micah See 2
Jameson Horvath 2
Carter Fortman 2
Justin Koesterer 2
Peter LaBarge 2
Andrew Wilson 2
Evan Carroll 2
Josh Steffens 2
John DeCampi 2
Max Nuccio 2
Alex Pfeuffer 2
Daniel Fink 2
Branden May 2
Jakub Gorzko 2
David Thuita 2

Intro to Light Design

Intro to Light Design


Have you ever seen a show at school, the Fox, or a concert and been captivated by the lighting?  Have you had an interest in joining SLUH Crew to see how we produce the great shows we do here?


If you’re answer is yes to either of these, then come to the theater this coming Saturday (March 24 from 10:00-2:00).  We will be having a master class offering hands on demonstrations introducing you to basic lighting design ideas and light board programming.


Any and all skill levels are welcome to attend!


If you are interested in joining, please email Mr. Schoonover ( to sign up.  Please let him know by Friday afternoon so that he can have time to fully prepare.

Spanish Club


Anne Koncki, WWP Volunteer Coordinator
, will be visiting SLUH on Friday, March 23rd during Activity Period to give more information on volunteering opportunities helping Hispanic families who are in St. Louis for medical care. You are welcome to join us!

Where: Room 215c

When: Friday, March 23rd during AP (09:40 - 10:20)

What: Volunteering at WWP (using your Spanish skills)

World Pediatric Project is an organization that "links access to care for children with often highly complex and/or urgent surgical intervention situations to advanced pediatric hospitals in the United States and internationally." See website:

Outdoor Adventure Club

The Outdoor Adventure Club will have a mandatory meeting for those seriously interested in the trip to Europe this summer on Thursday at the start of Activity Period.  Trip dates are July 10 thru July 24. The meeting will be held in the Fieldhouse.  All are welcome!


Dear KEEN Volunteers,
It's a busy weekend for KEEN activities in both St. Charles and St. Louis. Hope you can join us at one of the following events on Sunday:
  • Music at St. Cletus from 12:15-1:30pm (2721 Zumbehl Road, 63301)
  • Sports at St. Cletus from 1:15-3:30pm (2721 Zumbehl Road, 63301)
  • Basketball at SLUH from 12:30-1:45pm (4970 Oakland, 63110)
  • Sports at SLUH from 1:45-4:15pm (4970 Oakland, 63110)
  • Swim at the Embassy Suites from 5-7pm (2 Convention Center Plaza, 63303)
  • Swim at the Center of Clayton from 6-8pm (Only a few spots left!)

Register for a KEEN session through the KEEN Volunteer Registration. If you have any questions or problems registering, please do not hesitate to email or call (314-496-9517).

SLUH Inline

The SLUH inline team will continue their scarf sales this week (Tuesday--Friday) as the weather remains a bit chilly. $20 for a limited edition scarf.  Thanks for your support!


Anyone interested in playing soccer in the fall should attend a meeting during Activity Period this Friday in the field house.

Service Opportunity

Upcoming service opportunity with our Jesuit brothers from DeSmet on Saturday, March 24th. We will gather for Mass in the SLUH Chapel at 8:00 a.m., then off to Greenwood Cemetery for grounds cleanup. Please email if you can help out on March 24th.  This counts toward your service hours!


Trail Mix Challenge

Trail Mix Challenge  

A service challenge to all SLUH clubs, groups, departments, and offices!  Show some kindness to the homeless of St. Louis by making sandwich bags of trail mix.  The bags can contain a mix of nuts, dried fruit, granola, m&ms, pretzels, and cereal (such as shredded wheat, chex, oatmeal squares, etc.).  Mrs. Chott will collect your bags and bring them to Sts. Peter & Paul shelter for men.  Thanks to the Sophomore Pastoral Team, Ben Thomas '20, and Nick Rakonick '19 (again!) for providing bags in February! She has extra pretzels, let her know if you can use them.  Her next visit to the shelter is on Tuesday, April 10.  Questions? Contact Mrs. Chott at

SLUH Food Drive

The SLUH Food Drive is a school wide event that takes place each year. This year’s drive begins Wednesday, March 21st and ends Wednesday, March 28th. Each homeroom will be assigned specific items and be in a friendly competition with other homerooms. Only those assigned items and cash will go toward the homeroom competition. Click here for the master of list of items assigned to each homeroom.  The food items and money that are collected are used to prepare meals for our Freshmen Service and Community Service (CSP) shelter meal programs. We currently support two shelters: Peter & Paul Emergency Shelter in Soulard and Safe Haven in Benton Park. $1 = 2 canned goods. Each grade level has a $2,000 cash goal!  Please contact Mr. Nick Ehlman in Campus Ministry with any questions at  Thank you in advance for the support of the coming Food Drive!
*****PLEASE check expiration dates on all items before purchasing! To help prevent waste, please look for items with the farthest expiration dates. Please do not send items that have expired or will expire in the next few months.******